Last year, Cadillac announced it would be giving its logo a makeover, but so far we’ve only seen the de-wreathed crest on the stunning Elmiraj Concept and the 2015 ATS Coupe. For the 2015 model year, the ATS Sedan will be getting an updated face to match the new coupe model.
Now Cadillac has announced that the 2015 CTS will be getting the new logo as well as some new cabin tech.
The highlight of this new tech is the optional Cadillac DockSpot that provides magnetic inductive charging for wireless phones without the need for cords and cables. Like many 2015 GM vehicles, the CTS will also be getting the OnStar 4G LTE data network including a Wi-Fi hotspot, which comes with a three-month/3GB trial. The CUE infotainment system gets a couple new features, too, like Text Message Alerts and Teen Driver settings.
The Text Message Alerts allows CUE to read text messages to the driver and reply with preset responses, while the Teen Driver setting performs functions such as muting the audio if seat belts aren’t fastened, give audible speed warnings, limit top speed and provide a “report card” of information including mileage, top speed, wide-open throttle events and ABS events.
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There are no images of the 2015 Cadillac CTS available yet, but Cadillac says that a revised grille will also be joining the new logo on the sedan’s face. Aside from the logo, the only confirmed update for the 2015 CTS is the addition of two new paint colors: Crystal White Tricoat and Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic. Cadillac also says it has added some new interior color and trim combinations to the CTS’ cabin.
Cadillac has not announced pricing or availability for the 2015 CTS.